Traders optimistic, but concerned about rising wages

Traders optimistic, but concerned about rising wages

Traders optimistic, but concerned about rising wages

 
The trade data firm Panjiva said a survey of 100 of its users found about two thirds of them optimistic or very optimistic about the economic outlook in 2014.

Slightly more than 70 percent of [U.S.] warehouse space now under construction is being built on speculation, meaning that developers started construction before securing occupants for their buildings. National metrics support that approach. 

The FBX, a global container freight index measuring spot rates on major global trades, had an overall reading of $1,342 per FEU as of June 14, down 1.5% from a week prior, but up 3.4% from a year prior.

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